And the world champion of 2016 should know it, because he drove no less than seven years for Mercedes and also experienced the period before the arrival of Toto Wolff. Rosberg now thinks Wolff won't stay too long though.
"Toto said he's wary about going from very good, to good. At the moment, he's on the top of Mount Everest. He's the greatest team leader of all-time in Formula 1, there's never been a team that has won so much in a row."
"There's only really one way to go, and it's down from that. He seems to be very wary of that, to get the exit moment right, to not stay too long and ride the wave down again."